This announcement is from the Kingdom Seneschal, Master Illadore de Bedegrayne.
Greetings to the Populace of Æthelmearc!
SHORT VERSION: Crown to be held in Misty Highlands, August 21st , 2021, letters due to Their Majesties by July 21st, Coronation to be held hopefully in September, with an October Crown following. If you plan on entering this tournament, please listen to this video/read this email in full, as it has specific requirements.
First and foremost, Letters of Intent to Their Majesties must be provided no later than 30 days prior to Crown Tourney- so by July 21, 2021. We highly recommend using the online form on the Kingdom website. The form will be turned on within a few days by our Kingdom Webminister. You may also use email or regular mail but we recommend sending that in quickly.
As we are limited to 150 people who may attend an event, pre-registration to Crown Tourney for those other than Their Majesties, required officers, staff, or entrants will open after July 21st date. Pre-registration will be required. Crown tourney will be live-streamed for those who cannot attend. A more formal event announcement will be forthcoming. Please understand that if the BOD does not lift the 150 person rule, if you are not a combatant couple or staff, you might not be able to attend.
Coronation: The preferred date for Coronation is September 25, 2021. Alternate dates may include September 18 or October 1. New Heirs will have the option of having their Coronation online, at a small local event (say in a park), or another event scheduled in September. Should none of these options be viable, Coronation will occur on the morning of October Crown Tournament. Heirs will need to choose which option they would prefer on the day of their victory. This is not the norm as most Æthelmearc heirs have several months to make Coronation happen. This decision was made due to our desire to get back on track as a Kingdom.
October Crown: It is our intent to have another Crown in October, with letters due to The Heirs 30 days prior to the event. The details for October Crown are still being determined but the preferred date will be October 16th or later. The October Heirs would step up in April 2022.
As you can see, Combatants and Consorts who enter the August 2021 Crown tournament need to consider not only what it means to be Royalty during a pandemic but also the time commitment for the quick turnaround for Coronation and the next Crown Tourney.
I know you may have many questions. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to answer them.
Illadore de Bedegrayne
A video version of this announcement is available here.
The Report of the Æthereal Court of Maynard and Laidain, King and Queen of Æthelmearc, Court held on the 23rd day of May anno societatis 55, Baron Brandubh O’Donghaile, Jewel Herald.
Their Majesties extended the Term of Office for Their Kingdom Webminister, Baroness Amalie Reinhardt for one year. They then received Baroness Amalie’s continued oath of service, and thanked her for her hard work and assistance.
The Report of the Aethereal Coronation Court of Timothy and Gabrielle, King and Queen of Æthelmearc, and Their Heirs, Maynard and Liadian, held April 4th anno societatis 54, court conducted by THLady Sophie Davenport Silver Buccle, Baron Snorri skyti Bjarnarson Jewel, and Baron Brandubh O’Donghaile, Jewel.
Their Majesties Timothy and Gabriel welcomed all to their court.
The Heirs to the Sylvan Throne, Prince Maynard von dem Steine and Princess Liadain ni Dheirdre Chaomhanaigh, presented Their claim to the throne of Æthelmearc and thanked Timothy and Gabrielle for their stewardship of the Kingdom.
Master Illadore de Bedegrayne, Kingdom Seneschal, on behalf of her office and the Earl Marshal and the Ministress of the Lists, verified that law was followed, the tourney was legal, and that Maynard did win that tournament.
THLady Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle Herald, verified that upon the
conclusion of that tournament, Their Majesties Timothy and Gabrielle did
open Their Court and promise the throne to Their Heirs Maynard and Liadain.
Their Majesties Timothy and Gabrielle satisfied by this testimony then set
to settling Their affairs. They released their Jewel Herald Baron Snorii skyti Bjarnarson. They released Their Retainers and Guards, thanking all
for service throughout the reign.
THLady Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle, then released Baron Snorri Skyti
Bjarnarson from his oath of service as her Kingdom Deputy Jewel Herald.
His Majesty Timothy released Her Majesty Gabrielle and removed the crown from Her head, thanking Her for being His Queen. King Timothy then removed His crown and thanked Æthelmearc for its service and support.
Prince Maynard thanked Timothy and Gabrielle for Their service and swore to honor His predecessors and protect Æthelmearc and placed the crown upon His head. Princess Liadain spoke of looking forward to this reign, and
swore to stand with strength to uphold Æthelmearc and its people and was
crowned Queen. Together Their Majesties swore Their oath to Æthelmearc to uphold law, lead through this time of plague, provide positive leadership,
and look forward to the time we can gather again.
THLady Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle Herald then read the lineage of the
Kings and Queens of Æthelmearc, and presented Maynard and Laidain — the 46th in the line of succession to the Throne of the Kingdom of Æthelmearc.
Their Majesties called for the Officers of the Kingdom of Æthelmearc and Master Illadore de Bedegrayne swore an oath of service in representation of the Great Officers of the Kingdom of Æthlemearc.
The Landed Nobility of Æthelmearc was called forth and Baron Brandubh
O’Donnghaile and Baroness Hilderun Hugelmann swore fealty for the
Baron-Marche of the Debatable Lands. Baron Eldjarn the Thoughtful and
Baroness Dugheasa inghen Dubgaill swore fealty for the Barony of
Thescorre. Baron Pagraig O’Branduibh and Baroness Juliana Rosalia Dolce di Sienna swore fealty for the Barony of Rhydderich Hael. Baron Ixak ben
Simone and Baroness Amalie Reinhardt swore fealty for the Barony of
Delftwood. Baron Ichijo Honen and Baroness Cerridwen de Skene swore fealty for the Barony of Blackstone Mountain. Baron Stefano de Verde and Baroness Fiona ingen ui Fhaolain swore fealty for the Barony of the Endless Hills. Baron Gunther Grunbaum and Baroness Rosheen O’Faye swore fealty for the Barony of Saint Swithins Bog.
Their Majesties called for the Peerage Orders of Æthelmearc and Sir Aengus MacBain swore the Fealty on behalf of the Order of the Chivalry. Duchess Dorinda Courtenay swore fealty on behalf of the order of the Pelican. Sir Ian Kennoven swore fealty on behalf of the order of the Laurel. Master Jacob of Dunmore swore fealty on behalf of the Order of Defense. Duke Sven Gunnarsson and Duchess Siobhan inghean ui Laithain swore fealty on behalf of the Royal Peers.
Their Majesties received all these oaths and promised to protect, support,
and defend Their officers, baronies, and peerage orders.
Maynard and Liadian announced that They will defer investing Their Royal
Household until such time as events can be held and the Kingdom can gather again.
Duke Timothy of Arindale and Duchess Gabrielle van Nijenrode were called into Their Majesties’ Court and thanked them for their service as King and Queen. Maynard and Liadain took this time to reconfirm their status as Duke and Duchess.
THLady Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle, then called for Baron Brandubh O’Donnghaile. THLady Sophie Davenport then invested Baron Brandubh as her Deputy, Jewel Herald.
Baron Brandubh then swore an oath of fealty to the Kingdom of Æthelmearc, Their Majesties Maynard and Laidain, and Silver Buccle to serve as Jewel Herald.
Their Majesties Maynard and Liadain then thanked all who had attended their court, especially those from far away lands who would not have been able to physically attend Their Coronation. They thanked Baroness Amalie Reinhardt and THLady Sumayya al Gaziyah for their Æethereal Assistance, Master Illadore de Bedegrayne for her guidance as Kingdom Seneschale, Their parents Timothy and Gabrielle, Duchess Adrielle Kerrec of Ealdomere who fashioned Their Majesties clothing for Their Coronation, and the Kingdom Chamberlains Duke Sven Gunarsson and Siobhan inghean ui Laithain for arranging safe transport of the regalia to Their Majesties.
Their Majesties further wished to thank the hard working members of The Shire of Heronter and The Barony of Rhydderich Hael who had worked to put together the coronation event that was unfortunately cancelled, especially the stewards Duchess Dorinda Courtenay and Lord Chebe.
Special thanks to Baron Steffan ap Kennydd of the East for writing the
King Maynard and Queen Liadain then asked that Æthelmearc join them in
charging Their Glasses and salute the first responders, doctors, nurses,
medics firefighters, service providers, and essential personnel that allow
us to continue our lives.
Æthelmearc needs heirs, but Crown Tournament is postponed. Their Majesties promise to secure heirs as soon as their is a date that Æthelmearc can safely hold the tournament. As soon a date is determined, Their Majesties will announce revised deadlines for letters of intent to enter Crown.
Their Majesties were excited to announce that They will start an online
program to keep Æthelmearc’s presence alive, as the Kingdom has a Zoom
account. They invited the Kingdom Social Media Officer, THLady Sumayya al Gaziyah, to speak about the Zoom account, which is available to be used for all manner of activities. Individuals or groups may sign up for online
rooms for meetings, classes, and more.
Queen Liadain gave her token of Inspiration to all of the Kingdom of
Æthelmearc, as its people have inspired her through these changing times.
Their Majesties invited all to join Them as They Sit in State.
As you can see from His Majesty’s missive today, we are still planning, as of now, to have Coronation; however, plans are fluid. It still may be possibly cancelled, if the government requires us to do so.
Under the assumption we can have Coronation, we are now limited on the number of people who can attend.
Per myself, as the Regional Vice President of Æthelmearc and Duchess Dorinda, the local Seneschal, the event is now invitation only. We have received a variance from the Society Seneschal for this. The local autocrat will be working on refunding your event fees.
If/when things change, we will absolutely let you know as soon as possible.
Remember: Wash your hands. Be Kind. Don’t Panic (in nice friendly letters.)
Here begins the Chronicles of the Courts of the Fourth Reign of Timothy and Gabrielle, King and Queen of Sylvan Æthelmearc, held on the twenty-first day of September, AS 54 (2019), at Their Coronation in the Shire of Angel’s Keep. Submitted by Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson, Jewel Herald of Æthelmearc.
During morning court:
Their Majesties first invited the assembled populace to seek their comfort, then summoned to them Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson, desiring him to become their Voice [Jewel Herald]. After Lord Snorri’s acceptance, oaths of fealty and duty were duly sworn.
Lord Snorri swears fealty as Jewel Herald. Photo by Baron Steffan Wolfgang von Ravensburg.
Their Majesties then summoned Their Reign Coordinator, Baroness Elena de la Palma, followed by their Captain of the Queen’s Guard, Lord Jakob Krahe, their Head Retainer, THL Antoinette de Lorraine, and their Chamberlain, Lord Tassin Tresseul. Each of these dutifully swore good and proper oaths of service and discretion, as did their assembled staffs, and took their positions about the hall.
Baroness Elena is named Reign Coordinator. Photo by Baron Steffan.
The Great Officers of the Sylvan Kingdom there present then attended Their Majesties where they swore their oaths to serve the Kingdom….
The Great Officers swear fealty. Photo by Baron Steffan.
…followed by the gathered Landed Barons in attendance, each in turn according to precedence: Baron Brandubh Ó Donnghaile and Baroness Hilderun Hügelmann of the Barony-Marche of Debatable Lands, Baron Eldjarn the Thoughtful and Baroness Dubheasa inghen Dubgaill of the Barony of Thescorre, Baron Padraig O’Branduibh and Baroness Juliana Rosalia Dolce da Siena of the Barony of Rhydderich Hael, Baron Ixac ben Simone and Baroness Amalie Reinhardt of the Barony of Delftwood, Baron Ichijo Honen and Baroness Cerridwen de Skene of the Barony of Blackstone Mountain, and Baron Stefan Luftskyn and Baroness Fiona the Prepared of the Barony of Endless Hills.
The landed Barons swear fealty. Photo by Baron Steffan.
The Royal Peers then present were summoned forward, led by their ranking member, Duke Marcus Eisenwald, who promised to forego any armed rebellion for the duration of Their Majesties’ reign. His Majesty Timothy, wishing to speed them along their way to their long travels ahead, then requested that Their Excellencies, Count Gareth Kincade and Countess Juliana Delamere, remain a moment more. He spoke admiringly of the great service these two gentles had just done the kingdom and confirmed their new stations as a Duke and Duchess of Æthelmearc. Shining ducal coronets made by Duke Gareth’s hand were then placed upon their heads, Duke Gareth’s by King Timothy, and Duchess Juliana’s by Duke Gareth. Scrolls by THL Shirin of Susa and THL Phelippe Ulfsdotter.
The Royal Peers swear fealty, and Gareth and Juliana are invested as Duke and Duchess. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Mention of an Augmentation of Arms was also made by His Majesty, but in His haste to speed Their Graces along their path, His Majesty rolled right past actually having that honor read into the record. Fear not, gentle readers – fortunately, His trusty Jewel Herald made note of the omission, and it was rectified some minutes later.
The Royal Peers were followed by the Most Noble Orders of the Chivalry, Laurel, Pelican and Defense, each order duly swearing suitable oaths.
The peerage orders swear fealty. Photo by Baron Steffan.
The Order of the White Scarf then appeared before Their Majesties, and asked Her Majesty to bear their token, and swore to defend her at all costs. Her Majesty, having had this Noble Order’s service several times before, had with her a favorite white scarf token, which was ceremonially tied upon the left arm of Her person.
At this point, the Jewel Herald gently reminded Their Majesties that to actually award the Augmentation of Arms to Their Graces Gareth and Juliana, the scroll would need to be read in court. Fortunately, such is the courtesy of Their Graces that they had not yet departed to take their rest in their lands in the far southern reaches, and they were able to be called back into court again, where their arms were duly Augmented with the addition of a demi-escarbuncle. The double scroll for this is a work in progress by Baroness Mistress Graidhne ni Ruaidh.
Duke Gareth and Duchess Juliana receive Augmentations of Arms. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Finally, the kingdom’s Moneyers’ Guild begged a moment of their Majesties’ time in court, and Earl Thomas Byron of Haverford approached the throne and showed Their Majesties a sample of the coins the guild would be minting for Their reign.
Earl Byron explains the Moneyers’ Guild coins for the reign of Timothy and Gabrielle. Photo by Baron Steffan.
There being no further business, court was suspended until such time as Their Majesties desired.
That evening, after a day of fine tournaments, excellent food, good company, and lovely arts, Their Majesties did again call all gentles there present to attend Their court. Their Majesties first called for Lord Dyryke Hastings, to tell Them of the Youth Tournaments held that day. Lord Dyryke confirmed that, indeed, the youth heavy fighters of the kingdom had vied honorably in tournaments, each according to their Division, and that three winners had emerged: Armbjorn Lodenhodi in Division One, Simon a Fjarfelli in Division Two, and Cormac mac Conchobar in Division Three. Each of these was made Their Majesties’ Youth Champion for their respective divisions and given identical scrolls to appoint them as such, by Vonda of Finndale.
Their Majesties recognize Their Youth Champions. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Next, Their Majesties bade all children present to approach the throne and called for Douglas of Arindale to be the ceremonial sacrifice. After young Douglas was given an adequate head start with the kingdom’s toybox, the hounds were loosed, and the children of the kingdom did give merry chase.
Douglas prepares to run with the toy chest. Photo by Baron Steffan.
It was then Their Majesties’ pleasure to indulge in a bit of informal business. Lady Meggie Gormley and Bruce MacNayre were summoned, and given good wishes for their birthdays, and roundly cheered by all present.
Their Majesties then bade Lady Annika Iosafova come forward to speak of the day’s Largesse Derby. The Lady spoke glowingly of all the gifts received that day, but indicated that a winner had been chosen, and so Baroness Edana the Red was summoned. Her Majesty Queen Gabrielle did then name Her Inspiration, and award unto her a Golden Escarbuncle in token of her fine work on that day.
Baroness Edana receives a Golden Escarbuncle as winner of the Largess Derby. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Next, King Timothy did express an interest in hearing about the Heavy Weapons tournament held earlier. Said tournament was won by one Duke Dietrich von Stroeheim, who was regrettably unable to remain at the event, and the King did make him Their Majesties’ Heavy Weapons Champion for their reign with a scroll by
the Scribes of Æthelmearc.
Duke Dietrich’s scroll as Kingdom Heavy Weapons Champion. Photo by Baron Steffan.
At that time did Their Majesties summon to them Lady Magdelena Txoperena. His Majesty spoke of how this Lady had previously been inducted into the Order of the Keystone in absentia, but that the scroll and medallion had been lost to hazard or misfortune before reaching her hands. Their Majesties wished to now rectify what part of that they could, and so affirmed Lady Magdelena’s place in the Order with a new
Lady Magdelena receives her Keystone scroll and medallion. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Maximus of Nithgaard was then summoned into court, and Their Majesties spoke of the fine start he had made in the Society, and so did Award him Arms, with a scroll by Duke Marcus Eisenwald, former Signet Herald of the Kingdom of Drachenwald.
Maximus receives an AoA. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Next, Hannah of Hunter’s Home was called before the throne. Their Majesties spoke of her many fine qualities, particularly her remarkable art for one so young in age, and deemed it appropriate, as she is approaching her age of majority, to then Award her Arms, with a scroll by THL Vivienne of Yardley.
Hannah receives an AoA. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Lord Donnchadh Ruadh mac Griogair was bade approach the throne. His Majesty spoke admiringly of his drive and perseverance in the fencing lists. Master Raev Halle was then summoned into court to speak words of admiration for his cadet, and provide a medallion, as Their Majesties inducted Lord Donnchadh into the Order of the Golden Alce. Scroll by Lady Eilionora inghean an Bhair.
Lord Donnchadh receives a Golden Alce. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Spying her across the field, Their Majesties then bade their Herald loudly summon Lady Tangwystyl verch Gwyn from her merchant’s tent. The Lady, clad in her undergarments, quickly donned a shift and scampered into court. Their Majesties then spoke of her skill at research and construction of period undergarments and saw fit to enter her name into the rolls of the Order of the Sycamore. Scroll by THL Máirghréad Stíobhard inghean uí Choinne.
Lady Tangwystyl receives a Sycamore. Photo by Baron Steffan.
At that time did Their Majesties demand that Lord Bjarki Rikarðarson present himself to their court. His Majesty lauded him for his efforts to present a period appearance while engaging in martial activities, and stated that he has great respect for anyone who deliberately chooses equipment that imparts a disadvantage in performance to advance the dream. Lord Bjarki’s martial accomplishments have made Their Majesties deem him worthy of induction in to the Order of the Golden Stirrup. Scroll by Lady Gemina of Krull, with words by Mistress Gwendolyn the Graceful.
Lord Bjarki receives a Golden Stirrup. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Her Majesty Queen Gabrielle then desired words with a Lady she admitted to being most admiring of, THL Svana in Kyrra, and so The Honorable Lady was requested to attend Her Majesty. The Queen spoke of THL Svana’s continued commitment to our dream, whether it be cooking another dayboard, or creating a lovely knit, or other fiber arts item, and particularly admired her commitment to perfect garb while doing so, and was so moved as to award her the Æthelmearc Award of Excellence, and gave to THL Svana a token from her own hand, and there was much cheering.
THLady Svana receives an Award of Excellence. Photo by Baron Steffan.
In due time Lady Therasa du Domremy was summoned before the Sylvan throne. His Majesty noted her skill in millinery, pointing to the Cap of Maintenance resting atop His Royal head at that very moment. Deeming her work and efforts remarkable, Their Majesties summoned to the throne their Noble Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc, and so Lady Therasa is now styled The Honorable Lady Therasa du Domremy after being written in their rolls. The scroll is a work in progress by Baroness Mistress Graidhne ni Ruaidh.
Lady Therasa receives a Fleur. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Finally, Their Majesties called up all scribes there present who had contributed a scroll to the day’s courts, and each was given a token of appreciation from Their hands.
Engaging in a bit of Royal subterfuge, they caught hold of The Honorable Lady Máirghréad Stíobhard inghean uí Choinne as she made to depart, and bade her bide a moment more. They then called for Their Most Noble Order of the Pelican. After verifying that it was still the will of this Order to take her ladyship into their ranks, Their Majesties presented her with a Writ to Contemplate Elevation to this order.
THLady Máirghréad receives a Writ for the Pelican. Photo by Baron Steffan.
There being no further business, court was closed.
Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson
Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald
Being the report of the Court of Gareth and Juliana at the Coronation of Timothy and Gabrielle, held in the Shire of Angels Keep on September 21, Anno Societatis 54 (2019 CE) submitted by Baroness Ekaterina Volkova with the assistance of THL Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle Herald.
It was announced that Viscount Edmond Dracatorr and Baroness Kilde Jurgenstochter have fulfilled the requirements and are subjects of Æthelmearc.
Their Majesties requested the presence of Lord Davin ap Einion. It was spoken of how his skill on the heavy weapons field has come to the notice of many people and the long hours he spent in armor upon the fields of battle at Pennsic. For this he was named to the Order of the Golden Alce. Scroll by Lady Grainne Ruadh.
Lord Davin receives a Golden Alce. Photo by Baron Steffan Wolfgang von Ravensburg.
Lord Salvidor Moro de Medici was then called into court. His love of heavy fighting and melee skills were also remarked on. For this, he was made a member of the Order of the Golden Alce. Scroll by Baroness Ekaterina Volkova, upon words by Baron Brand Thorwaldsen.
Lord Salvidor receives a Golden Alce. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Lady Dorothea Starke Schutz was named to the Order of the Golden Alce in absentia. Scroll by THL Rachel Dalicieux and Lady Nicola Beese.
Timothy Muireadbaigh was Awarded Arms in absentia.
Their Majesties requested the presence of Sefa Vefaru. Her Majesty spoke of the skill this good woman has with weaving and many other of the textile arts. For this she was Awarded Arms. Scroll by THL Aibell Shul-uaine.
Sefa receives her AoA. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Onoroa an Eingh was Awarded Arms in absentia. Scroll by Baroness Ismay Pond and Count Jehan de la Marche.
An Award of Arms was given to Heinrich Holtzapfel von Herscheim in absentia. Scroll by Lady Elizabeth Rosamond and Baroness Shirin of Susa.
His Grace Sven Gunnarsson was called before Their Majesties and asked to stand so all could see him. His Majesty spoke of the way His Grace always looks like he stepped out of a manuscript. For this, he was inducted into the Order of the Golden Mirror.
Duke Sven receives a Gilded Mirror. Photo by Baron Steffan.
THL Aodhan MacMichael was inducted into the Order of the Keystone in absentia. Scroll by Baroness Helena Mutzhazenin.
Mistress Honnoria of Thescorre was given an Award of Excellence in absentia for her donation of pottery for largess.
Mistress Irene von Schmetterling was inducted into the Order of the White Scarf in absentia. Scroll by Mistress Graidhne ni Ruaidh.
Their Majesties then called for THL Erzabet Fauconneau. This good lady donated her skill and time in making cups for them to give as welcoming gifts to newcomers. For her generosity, she was given an Award of Excellence.
THLady Erzabet receives an Award of Excellence. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Next, Their Majesties requested the presence of Duchess Anna Leigh. Of all the things Her Grace is known for, spreading joy throughout the Kingdom is one of the greatest. For this, she was inducted into the Order of the Howling Wolf.
Duchess Anna Leigh is inducted into the Order of the Howling Wolf. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their Royal Highnesses Timothy of Arindale and Gabrielle van Nijenrode came into Court and reminded Their Majesties that many months ago, His Highness did win a tournament and on that day Their Majesties did promise to step down and retire when the time came. His Majesty said he remembered the day well but wanted to make sure the succession was legal. Mistress Illadore de Bedegrayne, Kingdom Seneschale, came forth and said that she did witness the tournament and that the laws of the land had been followed and that she did see and hear that His Highness had been declared the victor. Baroness Amelia Soteria, Kingdom Mistress of the Lists, did step forward and attest that she ran the lists and that His Highness did take the day and won the tournament to determine the Heirs to the Throne. THL Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle Herald, did next speak and say that she did witness His Majesty place the Heir’s Coronet onto the head of Prince Timothy and that it was recorded in the records that he was to be the next King. Their Majesties did agree that the laws of succession were followed and that Their Highnesses were in Their Right to take Their new position. They did ask for a bit more time to set the affairs of Their Court in order. Their Highnesses agreed and stepped aside.
Timothy and Gabrielle assert their right to the Thrones. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their Majesties then addressed the populace and said that no reign can happen in a bubble. It takes many people to make it happen and they would recognize those that assisted them during the last months with a Sigil of Æthelmearc:
Anna Leigh, Astrid of Helios Furion, Atrox, Attita, Beatrix Krieger, Casey Redmane, Cassiano d’Ovunque, Cori Ghora, Count Tim the Tall (Meridies), Countess Dalla (Meridies), Davin ap Einion, Diran of House GreyWolf, Dorothea Starke Shutz, Edana (Atlantia), Edana the Red, Elisabeth Johanna von Flossenburg, Elska a Fjarfelli, Fede di Fiore, Grainne Shionnach, Hagar the Blushing, House Hrafnheim (from Atvenlent), Hrolfr a Fjarfelli, Isabelle de Clare, Jodocus van Cleeff, Johan (Calontir), Kelda Jurgenstochter, Astrid Vigaskegg, Kieran MacRae, Lasairfhiona inghean Aindrias, Lisette (Calontir), Mahin Banu Tabrizi, Muirgheal inghen Dubhghaill, Murdia Drusila Portia, Rhys of Miles End, Sassen della Sancta Victoria, Siobhan inghean un Liathin, Snorri skyti Bjarnarson, Stasha Sebastyn, Sven Gunnarasson, Syele Pfeifferin, Thorsol Solinauga, Tigernan MacFlainn UlFuelin (Calontir), Ursula of Rouen, Ysmay of Branston (Meridies)
Their Majesties then called for Lady Casey Redmane. This good lady supplied endless assistance to Her Majesty as Royal Shopper, seamstress, retainer and go-to person. For this, she was given an Award of Excellence. Scroll by Isabella Montoya.
Lady Casey receives an Award of Excellence. Photo by Baron Steffan.
THL Rhys of Miles End was called to present himself into the court. As Captain of the Guard, his service to the Crown was something to be praised. For his work in wrangling the Royal Guard, he was given an Award of Excellence.
THLord Rhys receives an Award of Excellence. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Before continuing with the business of the Court, Her Majesty asked Baroness Ekaterina Volkova to set down her Herald’s book and present herself. Their Majesties said that Her Excellency came forward time after time, acting as “Stunt Herald” when the Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald was unable to attend an event. For this, she was given an Award of Excellence. Scroll forthcoming from the hands of Their Majesties.
Baroness Ekaterina receives an Award of Excellence. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their Majesties then called for Their retainers and the Royal Retinue. They thanked those that served them and bade them to depart and enjoy a well-earned rest.
The Royal Guard was then summoned and released from service.
Their Royal Highnesses were then invited back into court and thanked for Their patience. His Majesty Gareth turned to Her Majesty Juliana and thanked her for being his inspiration, love, and companion but said that it was time to retire to their estates. He then accepted back the Crown of Æthelmearc from her and she departed.
His Majesty Gareth then accepted the Oaths of Fealty and Service to Æthelmearc from Timothy and Gabrielle. He then removed the Crown from his head and placed it upon the brow and declared Timothy of Arindale to be the 45th King of Æthelmearc. Gareth then departed.
King Gareth crowns Timothy. Photo by Baron Steffan.
His Majesty Timothy then placed the Crown upon the head of Gabrielle van Nijenrode and declared her to be the 45th Queen of Æthelmearc.
King Timothy crowns Gabrielle as Queen. Photo by Baron Steffan.
The Royal Line of Succession of the Kingdom of Æthelmearc was read and the court of Gareth and Juliana, second of those names, was closed.
Largesse donated for previous reigns. Photo by Mistress Hilderun Hugelmann.
Just reaching out with a reminder of the Mini Largesse Derby at the Coronation of Prince Timothy and Princess Gabrielle on September 21, 2019 in the Shire of Angels Keep.
The Mini Largesse Derby will have two parts:
Enter a quantity of 6 of the same item suitable for presentation as a token of appreciation and generosity. These items may be made by your own hand, or purchased and donated. Please provide with your entry, in writing, or emailed in advance, the following: Item description, SCA name, Mundane name, mailing address, email address. A prize will be awarded for the winning entries, as chosen by Their Highnesses!
Enter any quantity of items suitable for the Kingdom Toy Chest. These items may be made by your own hand, or purchased and donated. Please provide with your entry, in writing, or emailed in advance, the following: Item description, SCA name, Mundane name, mailing address, email address. While donations from all citizens are welcome, a prize will be awarded for the winning “kids for kids” entry, as chosen by Their Highnesses! That is, the winning entry made by youth, for youth.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions. If you are a crafter, but are new to donating largesse, I’d be happy to provide you a list of ideas. You may reach me here on Facebook or email me at diana dot haldenwang at gmail dot com.
I look forward to seeing all the beautiful and creative gifts you have to offer!
Documented from the Scrolls of the Reign of Anna Leigh, Queen of Æthelmearc: the Business of Coronation of Gareth and Juliana, April 6, Anno Societatis LIII, in the Shire of Sunderoak, as recorded by Maestro Orlando di Bene del Vinta, Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald, with assistance from Master Robert O’Connor, THL Kathryn MacLuing, and THL Sophie Davenport, Silver Buccle Herald.
On Friday evening…
Court was opened and Her Majesty thanked the populace for coming to such a late court, and since this was the beginning of Her final court, their indulgence, as there where many items which needed to be completed. Her Majesty then ordered the names of several gentles that would be receiving awards by Her hand, but were not present at the event, be read so all would know:
Baron Aquila d’Athos to be inducted into the order of the Millrind.
Lady Allison Motherwell to be made a Companion of the Cornelian.
Lord Hrungir Hjailrbrion to be made a Companion of the Golden Alce.
Isabelle de Clare to be receiving an Award of Arms.
Her Majesty asked Duchess Eilis O’Boirne to come and speak with Her. She spoke of all of the love and support she had given to Her Majesty over Her reign and thanked her for traveling to this event to help support Her. For these gifts she was given an Augmentation of Arms.
Duchess Eilis O’Bourne of the West Kingdom receives an Augmentation of Arms. Photo by Baron Steffan Wolfgang von Ravensburg.
THL Shirin of Susa was summoned to attend Her Majesty and for all of the support and service she provided Her Majesty and the scribal community she was made a Baroness of the Court.
THLady Shirin is made a Court Baroness. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Her Majesty called for THL Maggie Rue to attend her. She then spoke of her amazing work on the kingdom Facebook pages and for this was given an Award of Excellence.
THL Aine O’Muirghesan next appeared, and Her Majesty spoke highly of her thoughtfulness and quiet service to the kingdom in her role as chronicler and so did make her a Baroness of the Court. Scroll by Mistress Antoinette de la Croix.
THLady Aine is made a Court Baroness. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Lady Sigrid Schreiber was next made Baroness of the Court for the art that she had made that had touched Her Majesty’s heart and for the largess she has supplied to the kingdom. Scroll is a work in progress.
Lady Sigrid is made a Court Baroness. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Master Madoc Arundel was summoned to speak with Her and for service to Her Majesty and the kingdom was made a Baron of the Court.
Master Madoc is made a Court Baron. Photo by Baron Steffan.
She also mentioned that She had business with his wife, Viscountess Lucilla Theresa de Courtenay, for similar reason, but she was not in attendance, so Her Majesty then made it known that she would receive an Award of Excellence. Illumination by THL Edana the Red, calligraphy by Mistress Antoinette de la Croix
Lady Murdia Drusilla Vettia Portia was summoned and Her Majesty spoke of her great skill in drumming and her illumination she provided to the kingdom and for this she was made a Companion of the Sycamore. Scroll by THL Mairghread Stoibheard inghean ui Choinne
THL Ru Cavorst was summoned to speak with Her Majesty. The orders of the White Scarf, Rose, and Garnet were then summoned. He was then released from previous service and a brief discussion was had about what makes a man a Don, and then he was induced into the Order of the White Scarf. Illumination by Lord Sasson della Sancta Victoria, calligraphy by THL Shirin al Susa.
THLord Ru is inducted into the White Scarf. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Her Majesty ask to speak with THL Edana the Red and spoke of her many years of service to the kingdom and to Her Majesty. She also spoke of all the largess she had given the kingdom over the years and for these things she was made a Baroness of the Court. Scroll by Mistress Graidhne ni Ruaidh.
THLady Edana is made a Court Baroness. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Her Majesty summoned Don Jacob Martinson and ask him if had an answer to the question that She posed to him and was it his desire to be elevated to the Order of Defense. He said that it was, and then the Masters of Defense that were present were summoned and command that they take him to vigil so that they and other peers could counsel him.
Don Jacob is sent to vigil for the MoD. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Court was then suspended.
On Saturday morning:
Her Majesty called forward all children and allowed them to select items from the Kingdom toy chest.
Her Majesty then stipulated to the Court business conducted at the Endless Hills Baronial Investiture as previously reported by Don Po Silvertop the Rogue, and further stipulated to the Court business conducted at the Kingdom Arts and Sciences Championship as previously reported by Maestro Orlando di Bene del Vinta.
Next, Her Majesty created Salvatore de la Torres a Baron of the Court in absentia for his great service during Her reign, particular during Gulf Wars. Scroll forthcoming.
Then Lord Simon Savastian Caminante was called before Her Majesty whereupon she spoke of his knowledge, skill, and service to the art of rapier and so inducted him into the Order of the White Scarf. Scroll by Mistress Roberta McMorland, with words by Mistress Gabrielle de Winter.
Lord Simon is inducted into the White Scarf. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Her Majesty then called forward Baroness Adelaide Kramer and did Augment her Arms.
Baroness Adelaide received an Augmentation of Arms. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Don Jacob Martinson then presented himself before the throne to answer in the affirmative of his desire to join the Order of Defense. Her Majesty then heard words from the peers of the realm. Princess Juliana Delamare spoke for the Order of the Laurel of everyone knows Jacob’s prowess, but he embodies chivalry, courtesy, loyalty, honor and humility. Count Andreas Morgan then spoke for the Order of Chivalry and told of Don Jacob’s valor, honor, generosity, prowess, and how he is beacon of light for others to follow. Countess Margerite Eisenwald spoke for the Order of the Pelican of his service not only to the fencing community by running practices and tourneys but as a Rapier Champion and Guard to the Queens of AEthelmearc. Countess Ariella of Thornbury spoke as a Royal Peer of the great respect she has for Don Jacob, and told of his prowess, his ability to admit when he’s wrong, and the love and respect he has for his family. Comtesse Elena d’Artois then spoke of the teachability and progress of Don Jacob. Master Clewin Kupferhelbelinc spoke for the Order of Defense of how the community of fencers gave come to view and respect Jacob as a leader. Having been satisfied by the testimony of the peers, Her Majesty then call for Don Jacob to be regaled as a Master of Defense and did receive his oath. She further augmented Master Jacob’s arms. Scroll by Mistress Roberta McMorland, with words by Don Cyrus Augur.
Don Jacob is made a Master of Defense. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Prince Gareth Kincaid then presented Himself before the Throne to claim that the time had come for her Majesty to step down and given unto Him the Crown that was promised. Her Majesty then called for testimony validating Prince Gareth’s claim. Duke Christopher Rawlyns spoke as the Kingdom Seneschal and did testify that Prince Gareth was victorious in the Crown Tournament and that all kingdom laws had been followed, and so His claim is valid. Baroness Amelia Soteria spoke for the office of Kingdom Minister of the Lists who confirmed that a tournament to determine Her Majesty’s heirs was held and that Prince Gareth was the victor. THL Sophie Davenport then spoke for the office of Silver Buccle Herald and testified that Her Majesty did indeed place a coronet upon Prince Gareth and named Him as Her heir. Satisfied by this testimony, Her Majesty asked for a few more moments for her final business.
Prince Gareth claims the throne. Photo by Master Alaxandair o Conchobhair.
Her Majesty then called forward THL McKenna Henderson, Duke Sven Gunnarson, and Duchess Siobhan inghean ua Liathain and did name them as principal members of the Order of the Howling Wolf, a non-armigerous order created to acknowledge the efforts of individuals who lead in the lightheartedness and merrymaking in Our Kingdom. This award is in process through the College of Heralds.
Lady McKenna, Duke Sven, and Duchess Siobhan are inducted as a Principals of the Order of the Howling Wolf. Photos by Master Alaxandair.
In appreciation for various acts of service throughout Her reign, Her Majesty awarded the Sigil of Ӕthelmearc to the following individuals: Mistress Gabrielle de Winter, Baroness Racheldis of Swansmere, THL McKenna “Red” Henderson, Master Jacob Martinson, Baroness Wilhelmina Boddenham, Master Madoc Arundel, Maestro Orlando di Bene del Vinta, Countess Margarite Eisenwald, Don Simon Caminante, Baroness Edana the Red, Baroness Felice de Thornton, THLady Moniczka Poznanska, Mistress Elyse le Bref, Baron Jasper Longshanks, Lady Aranwen Verch Rhys, Lady Ingunn Halldorsdottir, Baroness Syele Pfeifferin, Katerina McGilledoroughe, Baroness Oddkatla Jonsdottir, Don Ru Cavorst, Don Cyrus Augur, Baron Salvadore de la Torres, Duke Sven Gunnarson, Duchess Siobhan inghean ua Liathain, Duke Christopher Rawlyns, Baroness Elizabeth Arrowsmith, Mistress Antoinette de la Croix, Baron Robert Hawksworth, Lord Nicolo da Vanesia, THL Torvaldr Torgarson, Sir Beatrix Krieger, Sir Thorsol Solinauga, THL Shirin of Susa, Baroness Kelda Jurgenstochter, Mistress Allesandra d’Avignon, Lord Mathias al Tabai, Lady Lucia Augur, Lady Lasairfhiona inghean Aindrias, Nug, Ulf.
Her Majesty then called for Her reign coordinator, Mistress Gabrielle de Winter, and released her and her staff from their duties. She then called for and released her Captain of the Guard, Master Jacob Martinson, and released him and his staff from their Duties. The Silver Buccle Herald, THLady Sophie Davenport, then presented herself and released Maestro Orlando di Bene del Vinta as the Jewel of Ӕthelmearc Herald.
Her Majesty, having concluded Her business and released her staff, called for Her Heir, Prince Gareth, whereupon She informed Him that Her time as Queen was finished and that She wished to retire to Her estates. Gareth knelt before Her Majesty and She placed the Crown on His head and proclaimed Him to be King. He gave his oath to serve, arose, and called for Her Highness Juliana. She knelt before the King and he placed the Crown upon Her head and proclaimed Her to be Queen. The unbroken lineage was recited followed by cheers.
Anna Leigh crowns Gareth King. Lady McKenna is inducted as a Principal of the Order of the Howling Wolf. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
Gareth crown Juliana Queen. Lady McKenna is inducted as a Principal of the Order of the Howling Wolf. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
Gareth and Juliana ascend the thrones. Photo by Baron Steffan.
With Their Majesties’ leave, the Silver Buccle Herald called for THLord Arias Beltran del Valle and asked if he wished to perform the duties of the Voice of the Crown. He gave his agreement and was charged with the duties of the Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald, he then knelt and gave his oath of service to Their Majesties.
THLord Arias is named Jewel Herald. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Thus ends the Reign of Her Majesty, Queen Anna Leigh.
Maestro Orlando di bene del Vinta
Jewel of Ӕthelmearc Herald to Anna Leigh
Here begins the Record of the Second Reign of King Gareth and Queen Juliana, Monarchs of Sylvan Æthelmearc, upon the day of Their Coronation, April 6, AS 53, in Their Shire of Sunderoak; as reported by THL Arias Beltran del Valle, Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald, with the assistance of Maestro Orlando del Bene di Vinta, Baron Robert O’Connor, Lord Fiachna mac Cennetig, and Lady Nichola Beese.
In Their Majesties’ First Court in the morning:
Having invited the populace to take their comfort, Their Majesties summoned to Them Baroness Angel Deth, who was then invested as Their Reign Coordinator. Having sworn her oath, her Excellency then bore words from her lord, Baron Grimbald Deth, long a trusted companion of the Royal House, who , though distant on the day, repledged his support to Their Majesties.
Baroness Angel swears fealty as Reign Coordinator. Photo by Master Alaxandair o’Conchobair.
Lady Aine ny Allane was next called to Their Majesties presence. Having seen her faithful work in Their Royal retinue in the past, They received her oath before investing her as Their Head Retainer.
Lady Aine swears fealty has Head Retainer. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
Next was Lord Rhys of Miles End summoned to appear. Lord Rhys approached the throne with those gentles who wished to serve on Her Majesty’s Guard. Her Majesty asked him to serve as Captain. Lord Rhys then swore his oath to serve on behalf of all those he would lead in defense of Her Majesty.
Lord Rhys swears fealty as Captain of the Queen’s Guard. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
The Great Officers of the Sylvan Kingdom then attended Their Majesties where they swore their oaths to serve the Kingdom, followed by the gathered Baronages, each in turn, and the Most Noble Orders of the Chivalry, Laurel, Pelican and Defense.
Great Officers and Peers swear fealty
The Territorial Barons swear fealty
The Order of the White Scarf then appeared before Their Majesties, and asked Her Majesty to bear their token, and swore to defend her at all costs.
Countess Anna Leigh was then asked to return before Their Majesties. They spoke of Her Excellency’s long conversations and devoted work in leading the Kingdom through her reign, and declared that her title be no longer sufficient to recognize her properly. So did they name her to be a Duchess of the Kingdom of Æthelmearc. The scroll was a triptych created by the work of Lord Sasson della Sancta Victoria, Baron Jasper Longshanks, and Mistress Ælfra Long. Also presented was a portrait of her Grace lovingly created by Baroness Sigrid Schreiber.
Countess Anna Leigh is made a Duchess, crowned with Duke Titus’ Ducal coronet. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
Duchess Anna Leigh’s scroll. Photo by Master Alaxandair.
With no immediate business at hand, Their Majesties’ Court was then suspended.
At Court in the Afternoon:
Having reopened Their Court, Their Majesties greeted Their Cousins from the Midrealm, Their Highnesses Edmund and Kateryn, and invited Them to join Their Majesties in Their Court.
Their Majesties then heard from those gentles responsible for leading the various competitions of the day, who recognized those who had emerged victorious in events for the arts and sciences, thrown weapons, archery, and fencing, as well as youth combat.
Their Majesties then summoned to them His Lordship Darri inn Valski. As heavy combat champion, Darri had held a tournament on the day to determine his successor as Champion. Despite his victory in the list, Duke Dietrich spoke of one who had comported himself in the manner of a champion, and demonstrated the skill of one as well, and suggested that THL Cid Hiyo was deserving of the title. Their Majesties agreed, and declared His Lordship Their Heavy Weapons Champion, and bade him take the place reserved for him in Their Court.
THLord Cid is named Heavy Weapons Champion. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Astrid of Helios Furion was then called to attend Their Majesties. For a decade has she labored to keep the fighters of the Kingdom well-hydrated on the field of battle, and can also be found retaining and supporting the Sylvan Army. So were Their Majesties moved to recognize her service by Awarding her Arms. Scroll illumination was the work of THL Phelippe Ulfsdottir, with calligraphy by THL Shirin al-Susiyya.
Astrid receives her Award of Arms. Photo by Baron Steffan Wolfgang von Ravensburg.
Lord Otto Boese was summoned to Their Majesties’ presence. Their Majesties spoke on the intricate and detailed work Lord Otto produces to recreate his arms and armor in period style, while making it striking visually and effective. For his artistic work and research was he named to Their Order of the Golden Stirrup.
Lord Otto receives the Golden Stirrup. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Next was Lady Casey Redmane called to appear in Court. He research and interest in Russian garb has been noted for its depth, and her production of said garb noted for its quality. So was she named to the Order of the Sycamore. Scroll illumination by Thea de Nes, with calligraphy by Her Ladyship Shirin al-Susiyya.
Lady Casey receives a Sycamore. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their Majesties bade Lady Casey remain for a moment, and asked who it was who supported her in her work that it bears such recognition. She spoke highly of her Lord, Rhys of Miles End, who was then bidden to appear before Their Majesties. His Majesty spoke of his improved prowess on the field of combat. He was greatly impressed by his growth, and was moved to recognize that accomplishment by summoning to Them Their Noble Order of theGage, and adding Rhys to their number. Scroll by Mistress Gillian Llewellyn.
Lord Rhys receives a Gage. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their Majesties then called for the presence of His Lordship Oliver Sutton. Like His Lordship Rhys, they had continued to see his improvement on the list field, and his leadership in helping to train fighters around the kingdom. But Their Majesties were not the only ones who had been impressed by his skill. So did They invite before Them Their Most Noble Order of the Chivalry, and sent His Lordship with that Order to consider a time where he would sit vigil to join that august Order. Scroll by Lady Gemina of Krull.
THLord Oliver receives a Writ for the Chivalry. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Next was Mistress Chrestienne de Waterdenne invited before Their Majesties. They had borne witness to her work as co-autocrat of Their Coronation that day, and noted that while her organizational work was exceptional, her civility, kindness, and welcoming attitude were equally valued, and deserved further recognition. So did They name her to Their Order of the Cornelian. Scroll by Her Ladyship Elyse le Bref.
Mistress Chrestienne receives a Cornelian. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Their Majesties summoned into Court his Lordship Silvester Burchardt. Her Majesty spoke with Silvester, describing her joy as a practitioner of the fiber arts at seeing his Lordship’s work in tablet weaving and the like, and was greatly moved also by the quality of craftsmanship She recognized in that work. Despite his protestations to the contrary, Their Majesties deemed his work to be of highest skill. They then invited to Their Court Their Most Noble Order of the Laurel and bid him leave with them to consider elevation to be among their number. Scroll by Mistress Antoinette de la Croix.
Baron Silvester receives a Writ for the Laurel. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Having already completed Their business with one of the day’s co-autocrats, Their Majesties wished to have words with the other, and did summon Lord Jodocus van Cleef to Them. They spoke of his tireless work both on behalf of the event and of his home Shire of Kings Crossing. They declared it to be worthy of greater recognition, and so did add him to Their Order of the Keystone. Scroll by Her Ladyship Eleanor of Godwin.
Lord Jodocus receives a Keystone. Photo by Baron Steffan.
The Interkingdom Scribal Guild, known to the populace as the INKS Guild, was then called into Court. Their members described the work they do, creating scroll blanks to be sent across the known world to different kingdoms for their use. For this grand expression of service to the society did Their Majesties award the guild membership in Their Order of the Keystone. Scroll illumination by Sean O’Connor, calligraphy by THL Shirin al-Susiyya.
The INKS Guild receives a Keystone. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Master Kieran MacRae was next invited to attend Their Majesties’ Court. Master Kieran could frequently be seen in many roles around the Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands or in the farther reaches of the kingdom as herald, performer, or otherwise devoted servant to tasks needing accomplished. They concurred with the assessment of Their Noble Order of the Millrind, and summoned that Order to Them, and added Master Kieran to their number. Scroll by Lady Eilionora inghean an Bhaird.
Master Kieran receives a Millrind. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Next did Their Majesties call for Baroness Kilde Jurgenstochter, and then did Kilde happen to appear before Them. Her Ladyship’s long service and varied contributions had been of great help to many, from supporting Their Majesties’ first reign to supporting local groups, and travelling afar to provide for the Kingdom. They announced that They were of a mind to recognize her work. So, too, was Their Most Noble Order of the Pelican, who were then invited into Their Court. They were bidden to take Her Excellency with them to consider a time where she may sit vigil to join that Order. Scroll by Her Excellency Ekaterina Volkova.
Baroness Kelda receives a Writ for the Pelican. Photo by Mistress Arianna.
Their being no business before Their Majesties at that moment, Their Court was then suspended.
In the evening, at feast:
Their Majesties called before them Baron Robert Hawksworth. Her Majesty spoke of the energy with which he approaches all his work in the Society, and the work he did to create an entertaining event for fencers on Their Coronation day. So did She name him Her Inspiration for the day, and awarded him a Golden Escarbuncle.
Baron Robert received a Golden Escarbuncle. Photo by Baron Steffan.
Their being no further business before Their Majesties, Their Court was then closed.
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